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MN Chapter: Transitions in Bloom: Empowering Insights with Sally Mueller

Thursday, April 18, 2024
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM (CDT)

Event Details

DATE: Thursday, April 18th, 2024

TIME: 4pm-6pm CST

PLACE: 800 Nicollet Mall #1100

COST: Free to members and not-yet members. Complimentary food and beverages provided. 

Join us for an exciting event designed for women navigating life’s changes! Meet our special guest, Sally Mueller, Co-Founder and CEO of Womaness, who will share her inspirational journey building her business, and explore the movement (and myths!) of modernized aging. Learn about the transformative “Womaness Movement” and how it’s revolutionizing support for women in their 40’s, 50’s and beyond.

Join us at the JLB offices on April 18th at 4pm for this exciting spring event. You’ll also be treated to stellar networking, and bites and bevys! 
This event is free and open to all, however, registration is required. Sign up now!

Many thanks to our friends at JLB for sponsoring this event!

Sally Mueller, Co-Founder & CEO of Womaness

Sally Mueller is the Co-Founder and CEO of Womaness, the brand changing the conversation around aging and menopause. A consummate business builder specializing in retail and brand innovation, Sally’s trend-forecasting Midas touch has benefited companies such as Target, Who What Wear and VERSED skincare, among others.

Sally’s own health journey paved the way for Womaness, when she found a lack of modern products and resources for women past a certain age (with few even recognizing the subtle signs of menopause). Alongside co-founder Michelle Jacobs, she’s created more than just a brand with expert- and doctor-created solutions; it’s a movement where every woman feels empowered and inspired to celebrate life after 40.

Sally spent over two decades of her career at Target Corporation, first in Apparel Merchandising and then in Marketing. Recognized as an industry leader, Sally is renowned for her business acumen in the fashion, beauty and lifestyle sectors